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Claudia Brant


Songwriter - "Me Cuesta Tanto Olvidarte," "Why Not Tonight," "Creo En Mi," "Corazon En La Maleta"

Claudia Brant was born in Argentina and started writing songs at age seven. At 22, she got signed to Warner Music and released two very successful albums. She won both the OTI contest in 1991 and Viña del Mar contest in 1995 as a singer/songwriter. In 1998 she moved to California. She has been nominated for 5 Latin Grammys and won one for Song of the Year in 2009. She was awarded SESAC Latina Songwriter of the Year 2007-2008-2009, and ASCAP Latina Songwriter 2012. She has collaborated with Desmond Child, Dianne Warren, Lester Mendez, David Foster, Toby Gad, Martin Terefe, Danny Elfmann, Walter Affanassieff, Humberto Gatica, Lauren Christy, Steve Diamond, Adam Anders, Chris Destefano, Jayson Desuzio, George Noriega, Sebastian Krys, Lindy Robbins, Naughty Boy, Ferras, Neffu, Erika Nuri, Andres Levin and Little Eddie Serrano among others. Her songs have been recorded by Carlos Santana, Barbara Streisand, Josh Groban, Ricky Martin, Michael Bublé, Fantasia, Il Volo, 5th Harmony, John Legend, Enrique Iglesias, The Tenors, Nathan Pacheco, Frankie J, Kenny G, Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez, Lara Fabian, Alejandra Guzmán, Calibre 50, Alisson Iraheta, Ednita Nazario, Diego Torres, Marta Sánchez, , Luis Fonsi, La Ley, La Santa Cecilia, Victor Manuelle, etc. Claudia resides in Los Angeles and is working with Frankie J (Universal), Leroy Sanchez (Interscope), La Santa Cecilia (Universal), 5th Harmony (Epic), Los Rakas (Universal) and Malu (Sony). During 2014, eight of her songs have charted in the billboard latin top 20. Her song "I'm Not The Only One," is the end title of the blockbuster Lionsgate Movie Spare Parts starring George Lopez and Marisa Tomei.